Staying at home is at the top of our to-do list at the moment. But we don't have to do this without enjoying the beauty and uniqueness of Graubünden.
Take a dive into the largest canton of Switzerland and the home of our hotel management school with our six film and video recommendations about Graubünden.
Heidi (2015) - beautiful images lead into the untouched mountain world of Graubünden
The world-famous story based on the novel by Johanna Spyri was published in 2015 as the latest edition. It shows heartwarming and beautiful pictures. The Swiss part was filmed mainly in Sufers in the Rheinwald and in Latsch in the Albula Valley, where the film from 1952 had already been made. The main actors are Anouk Steffen as Heidi, Quirin Agrippi as Geissenpeter and Bruno Ganz as Alpöhi.
Schellen-Ursli (2015) - the most beautiful sides of the Engadin
The story line is based on the illustrated book Schellen-Ursli by Selina Chönz and Alois Carigiet from 1945. The film was presented in a charming and amusing way and shows the most beautiful landscapes from the lower engladin. The leading roles are played by Jonas Hartmann as Schellen-Ursli, Julia Jeker as Seraina and Tonia Maria Zindel as Ursli's mother.
Watch the trailer (in Swiss German):
Marmorera (2007) - thrill guaranteed
A Swiss movie based on the novel of the same name by the Swiss writer Dominik Bernet. The film is about the mystery that has surrounded the village of Marmorera since the flooding of the reservoir, a thrilling story.
Find here the trailer (in Swiss German):
Image film of the Canton of Graubünden
An insightful and at the same time entertaining new image film of the Canton of Graubünden, accompanied by a little love story at the railway station.
Visit Chur on a virtual city tour
Would you like a short virtual tour of Chur, the oldest town in Switzerland? Chur, the capital of Graubünden, shows itself in this video from its most beautiful and diverse side.
Gian and Giachen - a guaranteed smile
A funny insight into the life of our heraldic animals from the Grisons Tourist Board is definitely worthwhile. A video from the sun-spoiled Graubünden: